Type
Crossword
Description

Christian morality is responsibility in ___ love
Christian morality is the ___ to respond to God. ability
God gave humans two magnificent powers - intellect and ___ will. free
___ is a practical judgment of reason enabling us to discern whether an action or attitude is good or evil Conscience
A ___ conscience is both truthful and true. christian
The Beatitudes summarize the ____ followers of Jesus should strive to live in response to God and neighbor. morality
If we turn away from God's will, we ____ our gift of freedom and become slaves. abuse
Seeking and ___ God's will are the primary duties of a disciple of Jesus Christ. accomplishing
Rooted in an act of the will, the ___ is one's purpose or motive for acting. intention
A ____ is a power or habit that enables us to translate our Christian ideas into everyday life. virtue
___ enables us to believe in God. Faith
____ enables us to trust God's promise of salvation. hope
Original sin refers to that condition of ____ into which all humans are born. disharmony
Personal or actual ____ is any free and deliberate action, word, thought, or desire that turns us away from God's law of love. sin
____ sin is a stumbling block on the path of following Jesus. venial
God's command is for us to do good and ____ evil. avoid
Always pray for ____. guidance

Penance and Reconciliation Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Rules God gave us to help us know what we should do TenCommandments
God's gift to us that allows us to make choices FreeWill
A thought, word or act that we choose to do even though we know it's wrong Sin
Sins that hurt our friendship with God Venial
Sins that break our friendship with God Mortal
God's love and forgiveness Mercy
Sacrament in which we receive and celebrate God's forgiveness PenanceandReconciliation
God's gift that helps us to know right from wrong Conscience
Being sorry for our sins and promising not to sin again Contrition
Telling our sins to the priest Confession
A prayer or Kind act that we do to make up for our sins Penance
God's Forgiveness of our sins by the priest Absolution

Chapter 7 religion word puzzle Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Where Jesus grew up. Jerusalem
Denied Jesus 3 times. Peter
A community of people who believe and is baptized in Christ and his teachings. Church
Because of this we are freed from the control of sin. Resurrection
Jesus chose them to care for and to lead the community of believers. Apostles
Main language of the church. Latin
He was one of the leaders of the first generation of Christians. Paul
Good News coming from the Kingdom of Heaven. Gospel
When a person is sent on a religious mission from God. Missionary
Followers of Jesus Christ. Christians
People who were not Jews. Gentiles
A priest. Presbyter
A participation or sharing in God's life and friendship. Grace
A book of the New Testament in the form of a letter from an Apostle. Epistles
Belief and practices that have been passed down to us from the time of Christ and the Apostles. Tradition
Book of faith. Bible
This enables us to control our desires and turn to the designs of God. Temperance
Disposes us to do the will of our superiors. Obedience
Acknowledging your education. Humility
Infused by God. Supernatural
Ten Commandments. Decalogue

Chapter 3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the state of sin that according to Christian theology characterizes all human beings as a result of Adam's fall. Original Sin
The chosen people of God. They are descendants of Abraham through Isaac and Jacob. Israelites
The identity that connects you to a large group of people. Communal Identity
A teaching of the Roman Catholic Church explaining that those who desire baptism, but are not baptized with water through the Christian ritual because of death, nevertheless receive the fruits of Baptism at the moment of death if their grace of conversion included "divine and Catholic faith", an internal act of perfect charity, and perfect contrition by which their soul was cleansed of all sin. Baptism of Desire
An immoral act considered to be a transgression against divine law. Sin
1.the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness. Gratitude
The Christian church characterized by an episcopal hierarchy with the pope as its head and belief in seven sacraments and the authority of tradition. Roman Catholic Church
An act of communion with God, such as in devotion, confession, praise, or thanksgiving. Prayer
Someone through whom the will of God is made known. Prophet
Our lives are meaningless unless connected to one another. Human Truth
"It is not good for man to be alone." (Genesis 2:18) Religious Truth
The power of ________________ is the power to serve. Ordination
The consecrated bread of the Eucharist. Body Of Christ
Subject to the authority of God Subordinate
Every Christian who by virtue of their baptism is called to consecrate the world to God in his or her daily life. Priest
deliverance from sin and its consequences, believed by Christians to be brought about by faith in Christ. Salvation
Each person regards every other as a fellow ruler. Radical equality
The power to make the choices which will will enable us to fill our potential and become the people we were created to be. Freedom
To be annointed by God Royalty
God created us to be one with _____________. others
The presence of ________________ makes us who we are. The Holy Spirit
The most necessary in all life Gods Love
Christians are to rule as Jesus did, through service and self-______________. Sacrafice
The individual members of the People of God must live and act as __________ if they are to fulfill their role as the body of Christ on earth. one
God did not create human beings to live in _______________. isolation

Parts of the Mass Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

examine our conscience for our sins penitential rite
the moment the bread and wine are turned into the body and blood of Christ consecration
celebratory song giving praise to God gloria
a time of the churches calendar when the Gloria is not sung advent
read by the priest and is usually from the book of Matthew, Mark ,Luke or John gospel
the part of the mass that is read from the old testament first reading
the part of the mass that is read from the new testament second reading
the priest talks to us about the readings and the gospel Homily
the priest offers us the body and blood of Christ communion
celebration of the Eucharist mass
talking and listening to God prayer
the place where the blessed sacraments are kept on the alter tabernacle
another name for the blessed sacrament eucharist
given to us by Jesus "Our Father who art in heaven.." lords prayer
3 persons in one God blessed trinity

Jewish, Christian and Muslim beliefs in God Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The belief in Jesus Christ as both god and human being. The belief is believed by Christians and Muslims. The belief is found in the bible “By common confession, great is the mystery of godliness: He who was revealed in the flesh, was vindicated in the Spirit, Seen by angels, Proclaimed among the nations, Believed on in the world, Taken up in glory.” The Bible (1 timothy 3:16) Incarnation
The belief that God is three consubstantial persons Trinity
The belief of a person who spreads and teachers the word of god. This belief is believed by Christians, Jews and Muslims and comes from the bible and the Quran. “Give Abraham his wife back. He is a prophet. He will pray for you, and you will not die. But if you do not give Sarah back, you will die. And all your family will surely die.” The Bible (Genesis 20:7) Prophet
The Christian and Jewish belief in a single all powerful god. The belief is found in the bible. “For there is one God and one mediator between God and mankind, the man Christ Jesus.” The Bible (1 Timothy 2:5) Monotheism
The Christian belief that there is life after death. This belief comes from the apostle’s creed. “I believe in the holy Catholic Church, the communion of saints: The forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body and the life everlasting.” Eternal life
The Christian belief by which Jesus was killed, by being nailed to a cross and left to die. This belief comes from the bible. “The soldiers nailed Jesus to a cross.” The Bible (Mathew 27:35) Crucifixion
The place that Christians go and pray to god. Church
The way which people worship or ask for help by their god and is believed by all religions. This belief comes from the bible and the Quran. “Then God answered Leah’s prayer, and she became pregnant again. She gave birth to a fifth son.” The Bible (Genesis 30:17) Prayer
The Islamic belief in a single all powerful god. The belief if found in the Quran’ “Such is Allah, your Lord, the Creator of everything; there is no God but He; whence are you then turned away?” The Quran (40:62) Tahwid
The Islamic god which the Quran constantly preaches. “All praise is due to God alone, the Sustainer of all the worlds” The Quran (1:2) Allah
A spiritual being who delivers messages to people from God. The belief comes from the bible and Quran and is believed in by both Christians and Muslims. “The angel said, “Hagar, you are Sarai’s slave girl. Where have you come from? Where are you going?” Hagar answered, “I am running from my mistress Sarai.” The Bible (Genesis 16:8) Angel
The record of the Prophet Muhammad’s life actions and deeds. Hadith
The place were Muslims go and worship to Allah. Mosque
The holy book of Islam which was brought to the prophet Muhammad. Quran
The Jewish name for God. Yahweh
The official collection of Jewish texts, which is the texts source of the many editions of the Christian Old Testament. Jewish bible
A sacred Christian book which has the Old Testament which has sacred books of the Jews and the New Testament which begins with the birth of Jesus. Christian bible
The ritual by which not eating food for a period of time or not eating certain foods. This belief is found in the bible, “On the twenty-fourth day of the same month, the Israelites gathered together, fasting and wearing sackcloth and putting dust on their heads.” The Bible (Nehemiah 9:1) Fasting
A person who followed the teachings of Jesus when Jesus was alive. Disciple
The Jewish and Christian belief of an evil spirit that lives in hell, which is enemies with god. Devil

Sacrament of Reconciliation Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A Sacrament is when Jesus comes to us in a _________________ way. special
What we do when we tell the priest our sins confess
This is a wrong choice; when we don't follow God's way sin
The 'Act of Contrition' is a _____________ prayer. sorry
When we examine our conscience, we _______________ on our sins reflect
This is when the priest asks you to do something to show you are sorry penance
Reconcile means to make _______________ again friends
This man changed his way when he had supper with Jesus Zacchaeus
Jesus is called the 'Good ___________' Shepherd
In Reconciliation, we receive Jesus' ___________________ forgiveness
We ________________ that Jesus forgives us in Reconciliation celebrate
The name given to Jesus' followers Christian
True or False: you can only go to Reconciliation one time in your life False
In Holy Communion we receive Jesus' ____________ and blood body
At Baptism, we receive the Holy ________________ Spirit
We are God's precious_________________ children

Christian Vocations Unit 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The age at which a person can be moraly responsible. This is generally regarded to be the age of seven. Age of Reason
The three Sacraments--Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist--through which we enter into full membership in the Church. Sacraments of Initiation
The teachings of Jesus during the Sermon on the Mount in which he describes the actions and attitudes that should cahracterize Chrisitnas and by which one can discover genuine meaning and happiness. Beatitudes
Comes from a Greek word meaning "a learner." A disciple of Jesus is one who has made the decision to learn from Him. disciple
The gifts proper to each of the Seven Sacraments. sacramental graces
The grace that heals our human nature wounded by sin and restores us to friendship with God by giving us a share in the divine life of the Trinity. Sanctifying grace
Unconditional love. A Greek word used in Scripture and by the early Christians to discribe a self-giving love that puts aside one's own immediate self-interest for the interest of another. agape
God's interventions and support for us in the everyday moments of our lives. Actual graces are important for conversion and for continuing growth in holiness. actual graces
A special gift or grace of the Holy Spirit given to an individual Christian or community, commonly for the benefit and building up of the entire Church. charism
Perfumed olive oil that has been consecrated. It is used for anointing in the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Orders. Sacred Chrism
The grace that heals our human nature wounded by sin and restores us to friendship with God by giving us a share in the divine life of the Trinity. It is a supernatural gift of God that works to make us holy. sanctifying grace
The work of salvation accomplished by Jesus Christ mainly through his Passion, death, Resurrection, and Ascension. Paschal Mystery
The term -------------has three inseparable meanings: People of God, diocese, assembly of believers--one, holy, Catholic, apostolic Church

Chapter 1&2 vocabulary crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The investigation of truths and principles using human reason Philosophy
The belief that God and nature are one and the same, in opposition to Christian doctrine Pantheism
The belief in opposition to Christian doctrine, that there are many gods Polytheism
A word that literally means "ransom". Jesus death is ransom that defeated the powers of evil Redemption
The story of God's saving actions in human history Salvation history
The way God communicates knowledge of himself to humankind, a self-communication realized by his actions and words over time, most fully by us his divine son, Jesus Christ Divine revelation
The heritage of faith contained in sacred scriptures and tradition handed on in the church from the time of the apostles from which the Magisterium draws all that it proposes for belief as being divinely revealed Deposit of faith
The living transmission of the church's gospel message found in the church's teachings, life, and wordship. It is faithfully preserved handed on and interpreted by the church's magisterium Sacred tradition
The inspired word of God the written record of God's revelation Sacred scripture
The guidance of the Holy Spirit that enabled the human authors to record faithfully and without error what God wanted revealed to us for our beliefs Inspiration
The official teaching authority of the church Magisterium
A Greek word meaning "to lead". It is the study or the explanation of a biblical book or passage Exegesis
Stories of the origin of earth, humans, cultures, other creatures, languages and cultures Primeval history
Sum bolic stories that express a spiritual truth or a basic belief about God Myth
Greek word meaning five scrolls Pentateuch
The law handed down to the chosen people by God that they were to live in response to his covenant with them. Torah
The state of man and woman before sin Original holiness

Chapter 14 Vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A prayer expressing real sorrow for one's sins (part of the Sacrament of Penance Act of Contrition
The Sacrament that confers a special grace on Christians who are in danger of death from illness or old age Anointing of the Sick
Sorrow, but not contrition for sin attrition
The love, kindness, mercy, or forbearance shown to a neighbor who is suffering in some way Compassion
The inner voice of a human being in whose heart is inscribed the law of God Conscience
a radical reorientation of the whole life away from sin and evil and towards God Conversion
prayerful self-reflection on our words, deeds, and omissions in the light of the Gospel to determine our sinfulness Examination of Conscience
sorrow of the soul and detestation for sin together with the resolution not to sin again out of fear of God's punishment instead of out of love for Him Imperfect Contrition
The reduction or elimination before God of the temporal punishment due to sin indulgence
a serious offense against God that destroys a person's relationship with Him Mortal Sin
the Sacrament of Reconciliation by which we are reconciled with God and His Church Penance
Sorrow of the soul and detestation for sin with the resolution not to sin again out of love for God Perfect Contrition
true sorrow for one's sins and the firm resolution to avoid all sin in the future repentance
pertaining to the salvation of souls salvific
an act whereby the sinner makes reparation to God for sin satisfaction
sin by means of performing an evil act such as theft or lying sin of commission
sin by means of failing to perform an act required by moral law sin of omission
the penalty for sins forgiven by God, which is required to heal the rift with Him temporal punishment
an offense against the law and love of God that doesn't deprive the soul of sanctifying grace venial sin
Sacrament of Eucharist received by a dying person Viaticum

Chapter 4 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

an official teaching of the Church based upon the Revelation of Christ doctrine
infallible, irreformable truths which we believe have been specifically revealed by God dogma
said that Christians should reject everything that wasn't explicitly Christian, wrote Prescription Against Heretics Tertullian
bishop of Lyons who said that humans are created in God's image and that God values our physical AND spiritual selves Irenaeus
name for those books which have been accepted by the Church as normative for faith canon
the central Christian mystery that one God is in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit Trinity
truth based on observation and measurements scientific truth
truth based on Revelation religious truth
tried to purge Christianity of everything Jewish and pro-materialistic, believed that Jesus was sent to free humans of their physical selves Marcion
Christians who worked to defend the Church and make it look acceptable to outsiders; known as "Defenders of the Faith" apologists
conscious, deliberate denial of one or more truths about the faith by a member of the Church heresy
false belief that claimed that although Jesus had a human body, he had no human soul Apollinarianism
gathering of all the Catholic bishops of the world ecumenical council
the teaching authority of the Church made up of the bishops and the Pope Magisterium
attribute of the pope and bishops which ensures that they are free from error when speaking about faith/morals infallibility
Jesus is both fully human and fully _____ divine
the process by which Jesus took on flesh and entered human history Incarnation
creed of the Church that is considered to be a summary of the apostles' faith Apostles' Creed
title for Jesus that refers to his relationship with the other Persons of the Trinity Son of God
all of the ways the faith has been passed on (creeds, doctrines, decisions of the magisterium, etc.) Tradition